OnePlus 6 Gets Native Google Lens Shortcut and Improved Image Quality with Latest Beta

OnePlus has released another new OxygenOS beta for the OnePlus 6 that adds some new features to the camera app. For one, there’s now a dedicated Google Lens shortcut so you can access Google’s smart image recognition software from your camera app. The OnePlus 6 can now also take better photos thanks to OnePlus’ work to improve things like dynaimc range, speed, and edge detection in portrait shots.

The OnePlus 6 also gets the July 2018 security patch with this beta alongside other under-the-hood improvements.



  • Updated Android security patch to 2018.7
  • Fixed issues with accidental touches triggering gestures ( Draw V)
  • Supported Telia Finland VoLTE (Default On) and VoWifi (Default Off)
  • General bug fixes and improvements


  • Improved image quality
  • Integrated Google Lens mode
    • Now you can access Google lens from your camera with a tap and Google Lens will tell you what’s in the image, giving you information about things like books, buildings, and works of art etc.
  • Added beauty mode for Selfie Portrait


  • Added Group MMS

Wireless & networks

  • Optimized stability for Wi-Fi connection
  • Fixed stability issue with the Bluetooth connection for cars

Meanwhile, new betas for the OnePlus 5 and 5T are also here and bring improved image quality to both.



  • Improved photo clarity and optimizations to reduce oil painting effect
  • Supported Google Lens mode

You can download the newest OxygenOS beta for the OnePlus 6 here and for the 5 and 5T here.